Gender Blood Test Explained

Yes, you find out the gender of your baby through blood tests, NIPT test and Ramzi test are two examples, learn how?  

NIPT test; (stands for noninvasive prenatal testing)

It is a blood test used to screen for Down syndrome and a few other chromosomal conditions. You can have NIPT at 10 weeks of pregnancy or later. (You can also find out your baby’s sex when you’ve this test.) Results are usually available in a week or two, sometimes a little sooner.

Most pregnant women find out their baby’s sex (if they choose to know) and expecting twins during their mid-pregnancy ultrasound, usually between 16 and 20 weeks. However, the technician may not be able to tell for sure if she can’t get a clear view of the baby’s genitals.

NIPT test results take approximately one to two weeks, depending on what lab they are sent to. The cost of NIPT testing varies, but it is generally in the neighborhood of $700$1,000. If you have a valid indication for the test, most insurance plans cover it.


SneakPeek® is a noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) method that utilizes the natural process of shared fetal DNA circulating inside the mother’s bloodstream. From the small sample of blood you supply via a finger stick we are able to test for the presence of male DNA.

Ramzi test

The Basics of The Ramzi Theory. “Ramzi’s method is using placenta/chorionic villi location as a marker for fetal gender detection at 6 weeks gestation was found to be highly reliable. This method correctly predicts the fetus gender in 97.2% of males and 97.5% of females early in the first trimester.”

The Ramzi theory (also called Ramzi’s method) claims that you can predict a baby’s sex as early as 6 weeks into pregnancy by using images from an ultrasound. There’s no evidence that it works, and mainstream experts dismiss it. In fact, the Ramzi theory seems to be a hoax.

The Nub Theory

Another theory related to experiment and not scientific

Between 11-13 weeks, all babies are said to have a ‘nub’ between their legs called the genital tubercle, and according to this theory the angle of the nub will indicate whether it’s a boy or girl. It’s said that if the nub is over 30 degrees up from the spine, it’s a boy – but if it’s under that then it’s a girl.

The ring test

A test from mind of pregnant and not have scientific basis yet.

With the ring test, you take the pregnant woman’s wedding ring (or other important ring) and tie it to a thread or string (some women use a strand of hair). The pregnant woman lies down, and you dangle the ring over her baby bump. … If it swings back and forth, the baby is a boy.

Actually depends the way you swing it. If you move it from thumb to pink around the fingers, not between fingers it’s: girl =circle boy = line straight = none If you do it this way, between finger it’s: boy=circle girl=line straight=none The way to always do it so you don’t have to switch between methods when going over the belly is to just swing from thumb to pinky around the fingers and not in between fingers and get the best reading.

Dr.Megan Ralf

A Medical laboratory Scientist who devoted his life to medical and laboratory sciences, writes his everyday expertise dealing with various pathological conditions through laboratory diagnosis of different body fluids, also participating in many workshops for first aids, infection control, and urgent care. Also Dr Megan Ralf coaching many medical teams.

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